The Eyeball Beacons present: Who’s Watching Too?!? A video projection on the water tower behind the Science Center Friday, October 27, 2017 thru Tuesday, October 31, 2017 7-9PM Best viewing from the Science Center Quad! Fair weather only (the eye … Continue reading Who’s Watching Too?!?
Dates/Times: 10 am – 4 pm, August 22 and 23, Language Center, Kohlberg Hall This workshop is intended for faculty with an interest in creating course, or program related videos. We’ll walk you through the process of conceptualizing, storyboarding, scripting, filming, editing and captioning a video. We’ll encourage you to bring your own camera, record off a phone or personal device and edit using software available to you through the College. You’ll walk away with a finished video that’s ready to use and the skills to replicate the process in the future. This is an opportunity to work on, for … Continue reading Workshop: Creating Instructional Video Using Personal Devices Aug. 22-23
“We’re trying to promote this for deaf children, because 96% of deaf children are born into hearing families who didn’t expect to have a deaf child and they are not signers themselves. So it becomes an issue of how … Continue reading Supporting Literacy Among Deaf Children – an E-Book Project
Students from Professor Jamie A. Thomas’ Spring 2017 linguistics seminar, Language and Identity in the African Experience, recently completed a semester long project creating a podcast series titled AFROLATINX PODCAST™ and an informative and media-rich companion website Language & Identity in the African Experience. AfroLatinx … Continue reading Language & Identity in the African Experience Podcast Project
There are many free audio editing programs that allow you to record and edit musical compositions as well as manipulate audio files. Garageband is a program that comes pre-installed on all Mac laptop and desktop computers and, like iMovie, is a … Continue reading Podcasting in the Academics
With recent inclement weather restricting travel to campus for some of our community we found ourselves exploring a variety of distance learning resources. One of the technologies already available to all Swarthmore faculty, staff and students is Zoom video conferencing, and thus … Continue reading Zoom Video Conferencing for Remote Teaching